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Kaytlyn Wells

Maximize Your Warm-Up Routine

Warm-up’s are one of the most common frustrations I hear from people. “What do I do?!” “I feel like this is taking forever” “I have

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Kaytlyn Wells

Find your entry point

To find your entry point is a super important part of my rehab approach with lifters. An entry point in simple terms is finding what

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injury prevention
Kaytlyn Wells

Protein and Injury prevention

We all know that protein is important. But how much is important? And why is it truly so important? When we exercise, we breakdown muscles

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Kaytlyn Wells

Nutrition and Injury

Injuries are all around us. They occur with lifting, sports, running, life, etc. There is a very scientific process that occurs with injuries. I won’t

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pain
Kaytlyn Wells

Injury and Form Breakdown

As a physical therapist and rehab expert, I see some of my fellow rehabbers preach that pain comes from lifting too heavy of weight and

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pain
Kaytlyn Wells

Pain as an Indicator

Pain versus soreness versus fatigue. These can all be an indicator for progress and next steps. All three have similarities, but have very important differences.

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